Mystery May - A month filled with puzzles, challenges, and fun
While most people see the change from April to May as a simple shift from one month to the next, for us at The Deadbolt Mystery Society, it's the start of something special. We're thrilled to begin our annual Mystery May event, which involves information, challenges, puzzles, free activities, and more. It's an opportunity for us to indulge in our love for mystery and share that passion with you.
Did you know that Edgar Allan Poe's The Murders in the Rue Morgue (1841) is widely considered the first modern detective story? And that Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White (1859) is often recognized as the first mystery novel? It's fascinating to think that these works, published almost 200 years ago, continue to have such an impact on the genre today.
Put on your thinking cap, grab your magnifying glass, and prepare for the excitement of Mystery May with The Deadbolt Mystery Society. The game is afoot!